Grammar Questions for IELTS Task 1
by Pinki Gupta
Articles with Nouns
I read that indefinite article a/an is used for countable nouns only. Comparing the following two sentences, which of these is correct.
1. There was a sharp rise in prices.
2. There was sharp rise in prices.
I am confused as both seem correct to me.
How to use "as much as / as many as" in graphs
Hi Thank you for your helpful information. May I ask you to describe about correct usage of (as much/many as)? For instance is it right to say: This industry consumes ground water 9 times higher as much as public supply water?
The best wishes
Flow chart-process of glass recycling
(Auckland, New Zealand )
I am so confused with a practice test of a flow chart. It is talking about the process of glass recycling. In the task, should I use GLASS in general terms without putting 'es' afterwards?
However, once I started the writing... I feel much easier if I put glass into countable and using 'a' or 'es'. Has anybody come across this kind of question and already got an answer? Thanks
using an invalid verb to describe a part of a graph
the graph was about the percentage of British household's car ownership.
the percentage for those having two cars started at 9% then increased to around 20% and then leveled off at 22%.
However, I mistakenly wrote "tailed off" instead of "leveled off".
how much mark will I lose if I have explained everything else correct with high level grammar?